While the famed romance writer’s massive foliage has won the hearts/ire of many, it’s time to take a look at the structure hiding behind it Danielle Steel’s hedge (referred to in vulgar parlance as Danielle Steel’s bush) is as San Francisco as sourdough bread, International Orange, and Lombard Street. Show More Summary
Abbas does not represent Palestinian youth, say young writers in Gaza. "We, the people of Gaza, are the children, but the fighting couple, Hamas and Fatah, are not keeping us out of it. Instead, each is using us as a tool to pressure the other into giving up."
The NFL Players Association has weighed in on the threatened writers strike, urging management's AMPTP to "negotiate in good faith towards a fair and equitable collective bargaining agreement that reflects the hard work of thousandsShow More Summary
Don’t expect Buzz Lightyear, Elsa or Toothless the dragon to go on strike next week. As Hollywood makes contingency plans for the possibility of another writers’ walkout, the major animation studios — including Walt Disney Animation, Pixar Animation and DreamWorks Animation — have little reason...
The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore is no more, but at least one of its alums has found a new showcase for her talents. According to The Hollywood Reporter, former Nightly Show head writer and contributor Robin Thede will host her own late-night talk show, The Rundown With Robin Thede, on BET. Show More Summary
Michael Ruhlman long had a literary crush on Ann Hood. And now, at last, they are husband and wife.
Kathy Baker, Nelson Franklin and Martin Mull are among the recurring cast newly set for I’m Sorry, Andrea Savage’s upcoming scripted comedy for TruTV. I’m Sorry stars writer/creator Savage (Veep) as a comedy writer/wife/mom “who comically...Show More Summary
As the town holds its collective breath over a potential writers' strike next week, TV Talk returns for another week of small-screen spiel. On deck with Deadline’s Awards Editor (Pete) and Senior Editor, Chief TV Critic (Dominic) are...Show More Summary
blackpaint20: Rose Cecil O'Neill Sweet monster 1922 Rose Cecil O'Neill (June 25, 1874 – April 6, 1944) was an American cartoonist, illustrator, artist, and writer.
After Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a three-year extension of the $420 million annual film and TV tax credit on April 11, City Knickerbocker confidently went ahead with plans to redesign its website and... To view the full story, click the title link.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams supposedly had some input on where the series would go in subsequent movies, but it sounds like The Last Jedi writer and director Rian Johnson isn’t getting that same opportunity. AsShow More Summary
Hollywood has been trying to channel the power of Grayskull for years now. Several filmmakers have attempted to bring He-Man and the Masters of the Universe back to the big screen, but nothing has stuck. Now, the latest incarnation has prolific superhero movie screenwriter David S. Goyer on board and a 2019 release… Read more...
Is it you? Are you obsessed with the robust dining scene in Quebec City? Do you have proven journalistic chops? There might just be a freelance position available here at Eater Montreal. We're currently seeking a smart, enthusiastic writer to contribute the occasional map and story about Quebec City to Eater Montreal. Show More Summary
Batman #22, the third chapter of the Watchmen-themed crossover The Button, has been scripted by Flash writer Josh Williamson. The post Josh Williamson Scripting Batman #22, Co-Plotting with Tom King appeared first on CBR.
The road to get a Masters of the Universe movie in theaters again has been paved with endless pit stops and speed bumps. Countless directors have flirted with the property, and plenty of writers have taken a crack at the script, including...Show More Summary
The literary magazine has a stellar track record picking writers. Rather than make a yearly list, Granta picks looks over the course of a decade to choose writers it thinks will make an impact.
Dance writer Siobhan Burke spoke to Claudia Rankine and choreographer Will Rawls for the New York Times about surveillance, “the already dead space,” the luxury of just dancing, and their new work, “What Remains,” which runs today through Sunday, commissioned as part of the performance exhibition We’re Watching at Bard’s Fisher Center. “Its guiding, open-ended […]
One of the surprising aspects of ESPN’s mass layoffs on Wednesday was how hard the network’s baseball coverage was hit. Longtime MLB writer and analyst Jayson Stark was among the most prominent names let go, ending a 17-year relationship. Show More Summary